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The Studio at Webster Hall is a place where new bands go to get discovered. Or where old bands go to get re-discovered. The latter case in Fates Warning, the CT-based progressive rock band formed in the 80's. My favorite rock sub-genre, drummer Mike Portnoy once said that Fates Warning were the leader in this genre and inspired Dream Theater. The crowd at Webster was lively as Fates Warning front man Ray Adler crisply belted out old and new tunes from their 11 studio albums. Many die-hard where right on top of Adler singing along with his every word.
on Nov 25, 2013
For metal-loving Southern Californians, The Battle of San Bernardino was this Summer's hottest event. On a lucky Friday the 13th (August), seven heavy bands, Warbringer, Overkill, Sabaton, Testament, Anthrax, Megadeth, and headliner Iron Maiden performed at a venue well-known for its big outdoor festivals. Testament and Anthrax played extraordinary sets, Megadeth shined, but it was the headliner, Iron Maiden, that blew minds. A killer set highlighting the 'Seventh Son of a Seventh Son' album, it was classic Maiden, playing in top form.
on Nov 15, 2013
It's a good thing I heard that In This Moment recently signed with Atlantic Records as the band may blow up before our eyes and it may be harder to shoot them.
on Nov 15, 2013
For metal-loving Southern Californians, The Battle of San Bernardino was this Summer's hottest event. On a lucky Friday the 13th (August), seven heavy bands, Warbringer, Overkill, Sabaton, Testament, Anthrax, Megadeth, and headliner Iron Maiden performed at a venue well-known for its big outdoor festivals.
on Nov 10, 2013
Georgia-based Attila played to an amped up young crowd of moshers at Gramercy theater on a cold Monday evening in NY. The crowd was already in a frenzy thanks in large part to the show stealing Texas based Upon a Burning Body, who encouraged the circle mosh pit and multiple crowd surfing. Attila was solid playing about an hour-long set. Chris "Fronzilla" Fronzak lead the way with tight vocals.
on Nov 09, 2013
Georgia-based Attila played to an amped up young crowd of moshers at Gramercy theater on a cold Monday evening in NY. The crowd was already in a frenzy thanks in large part to the show stealing Texas based Upon a Burning Body, who encouraged the circle mosh pit and multiple crowd surfing. Attila was solid playing about an hour-long set. Chris "Fronzilla" Fronzak lead the way with tight vocals.
on Nov 09, 2013
The crowd was pumped at the soon-to-be torn down Roseland Ballroom for a night of both new and classic metal. MA-based Killswitch Engage seemed to rule the night with tons of crowd surfing and crisp vocals by frontman Jesse Leach.
on Oct 29, 2013
The crowd was pumped at the soon-to-be torn down Roseland Ballroom for a night of both new and classic metal. Huntress lead the way with the sexy Jill Janus in a tight 20 min set warming up the crowd for the legendary Testament.
on Oct 28, 2013
The crowd was pumped at the soon-to-be torn down Roseland Ballroom for a night of both new and classic metal. Huntress lead the way with the sexy Jill Janus in a tight 20 min set warming up the crowd for the legendary Testament. The band was tight, but it was MA-based Killswitch Engage who seemed to rule the night with tons of crowd surfing and crisp vocals by frontman Jesse Leach.
on Oct 28, 2013
For metal-loving Southern Californians, The Battle of San Bernardino was this Summer's hottest event. On a lucky Friday the 13th (August), seven heavy bands, performed at a venue well-known for its big outdoor festivals.
on Oct 18, 2013
While Five Finger Death Punch may have been the headliners and kicked it live at the Best Buy Theater in New York on October 12, 2013, that didn't detract from the awesome performance Escape The Fate gave.
on Oct 17, 2013
Jamin and slammin, Five Finger Death Punch kicked it live at the Best Buy Theater in New York on October 12, 2013. Their set was epic, rocking the crowd for start to finish. Ivan Moody riffled off lyric (and spit) like a wild man.
on Oct 16, 2013
Too say Korn killed it the other night at the Roseland Ballroom would be an understatement. Korn took the stage and rocked the house from the first jam onward.
on Sep 30, 2013
The Uproar Festival roared loudly this Summer at The Jones Beach theater in Long Island, NY. Headlining was Alice In Chains who played a tight set in the breezy night air. William Duvall was masterful as the driving sound of their hits "Man In The Box", "Rooster", and "Them Bones" seamlessly blended together. The crowed braved some light showers but it all seemed to be worth it in the end.
on Sep 29, 2013
Slayer brought Bloodstock to a crashing finale with their first ever UK headline festival slot.
on Sep 08, 2013
To say that Carnival of Madness 2013 was... well, Madness was an understatement. The crowd at the Stone Pony were all hyped up and into the music from the very beginning.
on Sep 06, 2013
To say that Carnival of Madness 2013 was... well, Madness was an understatement. The crowd at the Stone Pony were all hyped up and into the music from the very beginning. Crowd surfing was at a minimum as Sevendust, In The Moment, Skillet, and headliners Shinedown all rocked the outside stage in Asbury Park. Stellar performances by all!
on Sep 06, 2013
To say that Carnival of Madness 2013 was... well, Madness was an understatement. The crowd at the Stone Pony were all hyped up and into the music from the very beginning.
on Aug 29, 2013
Both Fleshgod Apocalypse and Wintersun played the Irving plaza to a totally pumped up and sold out crowd. The mosh pit was in full effect with plenty of crowd surfing to boot. Wintersun killed it with a hour plus long set. Jari Mäenpää's vocals were tight as they ran through tune after solid tune.
on Aug 19, 2013
Both Fleshgod Apocalypse and Wintersun played the Irving plaza to a totally pumped up and sold out crowd. The mosh pit was in full effect with plenty of crowd surfing to boot. Wintersun killed it with a hour plus long set. Jari Mäenpää's vocals were tight as they ran through tune after solid tune.
on Aug 16, 2013

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